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Sunday, December 23, 2007

Mohawk Nation News: 'Red Ops' spies ousted in Algonquin meeting


Mohawk Nation News
By Kahentinetha Horn
Dec. 23, 2007. Three intrepid MNN reporters were invited to Pembroke to cover a meeting of Algonquins. It was held in the Knights of Columbus Hall, which doesn’t sound good. It was
ostensibly to discuss their main current problems of illegal uranium mining and the fake “Algonquin” negotiators of their land claims. They were also battling the racist Ontario Federation of Hunters and Anglers for their hunting rights. They won a court case which
was appealed successfully by another government department. All this turned out to be a front for “Operation Red Death”, known
as “Red Ops." Read article:

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